We have a dedicated team of expert conveyancers with vast experience and technical knowledge. This ensures we provide you the best conveyancing advice so that the process of signing to settlement remains smooth.
We offer competitive pricing on our quotes without any hidden/extra charges. We keep you informed throughout the transaction process, explain the contents of your contract and help you protect your rights.
We manage the communication between vested parties and ensure all actions are completed on time thereby making process of buying and makes selling your property an enjoyable experience.
We are well established and experienced licensed conveyancers with an affordable and competitive fee structure. We provide Residential & Commercial Conveyancing services for buying and selling Property – Private Sale/Auction or Off The Plan, Refinancing, Related Party Transfers, Preparation of Contract of Sale and Section 32 Statements. Our services are designed to take the stress out of your property transaction process and make it seamless. We are a member of PEXA (Property Exchange Australia) - Australia's online property exchange network. PEXA helps conveyancers to lodge registry instruments online, eliminating the need to attend settlement in person and makes transaction process transparent.
I was impressed by the quality and efficiency of their services. Extremely professional compared to all the other services out there. The settlement was undertaken professionally. Highly recommend.
Really recommend they were extremely professional, best experience I've had!
I've had the pleasure of using NCG Conveyancing twice now and their service is second to none. The SERVICE is amazing, very professional and so helpful. I highly recommend NCG CONVEYANCING to anyone.
Conveyancing is the process of transferring legal ownership of a property from one party to another.
A vendor’s statement also known as Section 32 is a document that tells potential buyers certain things about the property title they should know before signing a contract to purchase.
Settlement is the final stage in the conveyancing transaction. It is the day where the purchaser of the property pays the balance to the property seller collects the keys to the property. For a sale, it is the day liability of seller over the property ceases.
In Victoria, a cooling-off period of three clear business days applies to private sales of residential and small rural property sales. The cooling-off period gives you time to consider the offer. It begins from the date you sign the contract, not from the date the seller signs it.